According to Medical News Today ...
"Too little copper can lead to neutropenia. This is a deficiency of white blood cells, or neutrophils, which fight off infection.
"A person with a low level of neutrophils is more likely to get an infectious disease."
Copper is easy to acquire if you eat ... Read More
BIG SISTER wants you reamed, steamed, and dry-cleaned.
The Nanny State's Salt and Sugar Police are down on the case.
The Food and Drug Administration wants to take your salt away.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, one meaning of salt is ...
"that which gives liveliness, f... Read More
Re: What do we need copper for, Atom?
It would take an encyclopedia to answer that question.
As a partial answer, here's an abridged and edited version of an entry in Butterflies Need No Taxidermist ...
copper — (chemical symbol Cu), atomic element number 29 of the Periodic Table, one of ... Read More
Re: Can someone explain why Ray Peat allows oysters? Don't they have omega 3s?
Ray Peat knows it's impossible to eliminate omega 3 fatty acids.
You can only MINIMIZE them.
According to him (2015) ...
"Eating low-fat seafood (sole, whitefish, turbot, scallops, oysters, lobster, shrimp, sq... Read More
Can We the People hijack the noosphere/Skynet as in the movie The Lawnmower Man?
I performed my first experiment this week with what I've named Robo-VooDeism.
Was Monday a coincidence, a synchronicity, a psychic insight, or did I really affect the environment or did I tap into some kind of uni... Read More